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The evolving economics of the oil industry are changing how benchmarks are calculated with the WTI, Brent and Dubai all undergoing considerable evolution.
The oil bears are gaining leverage over the bulls as confidence in the stability of crude prices continues to wane. But to what degree can US production meet additional OPEC cuts and when will the market rebound?
In the wake of the Fukushima disaster Japan has looked to renewables to fill the gap left by nuclear. but is its resolve now wavering?
Donald Trump was adamant that he will bring coal mining jobs back but this seems an impossible task given market forces, environmental policy and technology.
In theory, low in oil prices should signal trouble for the renewable market. Crashes in the 80's and 90's brought its knees so why has the industry proved so resilient this time round and what will happen during the next period of volatility?
Asia’s dependence on crude is expected to increase, but with the market awash with oil, how will suppliers adapt and what opportunities will there be?
A guide on how to source and analyse UK Gas from the National Grid API and creating a pandas dataframe from the XML dataset
Lebanon continues to experience extended blackouts despite the introduction of measures to add capacity to the grid. A widening gap between supply and demand, increased stresses and stuttering investment present significant challenges. Despite current power shortages, Lebanon could become a net producer of energy in the years ahead if hydrocarbon fields located in the eastern Mediterranean are found to contain large deposits of oil and natural gas. The fields lie between Cyprus, Lebanon and Israel, spanning each country's exclusive economic zone. However, unresolved disputes over maritime borders may hinder exploitation of the suspected reserves
The package of reforms outlined in the Electricity Market Reform will set the framework for some of the most significant changes in the UK market for many years. Implementation requires fundamental changes in many parts of the existing arrangements and the exact details of how these will be enacted are currently under discussion. The reforms are wide ranging and therefore I split them over a number of posts. The first - this post - considers the reforms as they relate to emissions.
This report examines the relationship between the physical coal and gas markets in the UK from 2000 to 2009 and investigates the hypothesis that these markets exhibit marked correlations. It found a strong relationship between the two markets in some aspects, the growing influence of Liquefied Natural Gas and a suggestion of rapid market evolution in both Coal and Gas.